The military council said that more than 50,000 Chinese nationals were arrested for online fraud : Myanmar The military council said that more than 50,000 Chinese nationals were arrested for online fraud : Myanmar

The military council said that more than 50,000 Chinese nationals were arrested for online fraud : Myanmar

The military council said that more than 50,000 Chinese nationals were arrested for online fraud : Myanmar

On July 9, the Military Council announced through the media controlled by the Military Council that it had arrested more than 50,000 Chinese nationals for operating an online money laundering business called ``Tigerban'' and had returned them to China.

General Zaw Min Tun, acting spokesman for the Military Council, said that they had cooperated with China to crack down on the spreading of tigers and arrested and returned more than 50,000 Chinese citizens.

"As soon as the Myanmar government found out about the issue of tiger spreading, it actively joined and suppressed it with China. It took action not only in the Kokang region but also in other border regions. As of yesterday (July 8th), we were able to transfer 51851 Chinese nationals, 1143 Vietnamese nationals, and 640 Thai nationals who were identified and arrested from Mynpok region, Laukkai region, Tachileik region, Muse region, and Myawati Shwekokkol KK Park to their respective countries."

Maj. Gen. Zaw Min Tun also said that the military council did not know about the online scams that took place in the border areas, including the Laok Kai area, because they were hidden in secret places.

He said that these scams were led by criminals who escaped from China, and most of the victims of fraud were Chinese citizens, so most Burmese people did not know about it.

Last June 28, the military council announced on July 1 that 295 Chinese nationals were arrested for illegal online gambling in Tachilek Township.

China's Special Representative for Myanmar, Teng Shikwin, met with the Chairman of the Military Council, General Min Aung Hlaing, and discussed the issue of border security between the two countries. The military council media announced on April 1 that they discussed the suppression of online money laundering gangs and border trade issues.

China's Ministry of Public Security said that nearly fifty thousand (49,000) Chinese nationals who were arrested since the end of 2023 and involved in online fraud have been handed over to China.

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  1. It highlights significant international cooperation against cybercrime.

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